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LiftingTheFog.orgSession 2: Analysis of the World Trade Center Destruction (2006)

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Session 2 of "Lifting the fog: the scientific method applied to the world trade center disaster" - a one day conference held on November 11, 2006 at the University of California Berkeley Campus. Information about the conference is at

What can be learned from analysis of the physical features of the total destruction of the World Trade Center Twin Towers and Building 7? Are there natural processes that could explain these features? Presenter is Steven Jones, Ph.D., former (recently retired) Professor of Physics at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and author of numerous peer-reviewed research papers, including Why Indeed Did the World Trade Center Buildings Completely Collapse? [PDF].

This movie is part of the collection: September 11

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Keywords: 9-11; 9/11; September 11; coverup; conspiracy; World Trade Center; Building Collapse; Steven Jones; liftingthefog

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